Canlyniadau 1–20 o 35 ar gyfer speaker:Captain Sir Herbert Latham

Orders of the Day — Railway Rates and Fares (Increase). (23 Ebr 1940)

Captain Sir Herbert Latham: This is a very important matter. Does the right hon. and gallant Member suggest that the railways would be entitled to regard as a correct item in their capital account the original cost of the rails, and the cost of the rails which have replaced those rails?

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Privy Seal Office. ( 2 Maw 1939)

Captain Sir Herbert Latham: I came prepared to criticise the Government, but we have had a comprehensive statement from the Minister of Health, which I and other hon. Members must appreciate. I should, however, like to say that the right hon. Gentleman and those associated with him in the Government seem to me to make this problem far more difficult and complicated than it really is. We talk about evacuation and...

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Privy Seal Office. ( 2 Maw 1939)

Captain Sir Herbert Latham: The hon. Lady seems pleased. If she thinks that that point, however important it may be to her, is more important than National Service, I am sorry for her.

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Privy Seal Office. ( 2 Maw 1939)

Captain Sir Herbert Latham: I am afraid that it has been brought to my notice fairly often. It seems to me that this problem of evacuation is not very difficult in regard to the schoolchildren. The next problem is to provide accommodation for mothers, with young children. On the whole the lodging houses and boarding houses in the towns, and in the villages, the cottages and houses furthest from the big house, can...

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Privy Seal Office. ( 2 Maw 1939)

Captain Sir Herbert Latham: I thank the right hon. Gentleman. That answer disposes of my point, and I am sure the House and the country will be glad to hear it. One further point seems to have escaped the Minister, and that is that in providing a central place to which the children can go for dispersal in the villages it would be well to consider using the churches. The churches are not cold buildings; they have hot...

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Privy Seal Office. ( 2 Maw 1939)

Captain Sir Herbert Latham: What regular wage?

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Privy Seal Office. ( 2 Maw 1939)

Captain Sir Herbert Latham: No, I would not. I would pay them and I would give them training free, which would cost a lot of money, but they would get training. It would be a jolly good life for them and they would be much better off than they are at the present time. [An HON. Member: "Would you like it?"] I would not mind. Perhaps it would be better than sitting here. I do hope that in regard to the villages the...

Adjournment (Summer). (29 Gor 1938)

Captain Sir Herbert Latham: I am sure the right lion. Gentleman would not desire to base any statement upon misinformation. I happen to have information from Sheffield to the effect that all the rolling mills which are producing precisely the heavy product to which he has referred, with two exceptions, are on short time, and that some of them are working only three days a week. I am sure the right hon. Gentleman will...

Pensions. ( 1 Rha 1937)

Captain Sir Herbert Latham: But the contributors are paying for them?

Oral Answers to Questions — Chairman and Deputy-Chairman of Ways and Means. ( 5 Mai 1937)

Captain Sir Herbert Latham: asked the Prime Minister whether, in view of the Govern- ment's intention to raise the salaries of Ministers, he will consider taking the necessary action to diminish the discrepancy between the salaries of the Chairman of Ways and Means and of the Deputy-Chairman?

Orders of the Day — Widows', Orphans' and Old Age Contributory Pensions (Voluntary Contributors) Bill. ( 8 Ebr 1937)

Captain Sir Herbert Latham: In company with others who have spoken I have no desire to deny to the Government the measure of credit to which, by general agreement, they are entitled, in making provision for conditions which have for so long been known to exist. But however generous-minded we may be in that respect, and appreciative as we are of the fact that there may be in this Measure the foundations for a national...

Orders of the Day — Trunk Roads Bill. ( 3 Rha 1936)

Captain Sir Herbert Latham: In dealing with the speech of the hon. Member for Thirsk and Malton (Mr. Turton), the right hon. Gentleman talked about distances from Scarborough to Middlesbrough and Scarborough to Hull. Has he any figures different from those which he gave on the last occasion?

Orders of the Day — Trunk Roads Bill. ( 3 Rha 1936)

Captain Sir Herbert Latham: The right hon. Gentleman will be liable to attacks for ignorance if the figures he gave are not accurate.

Orders of the Day — Trunk Roads Bill: Clause 7. — (Transfer of Property and Liabilities.) (30 Tach 1936)

Captain Sir Herbert Latham: Unlike most of those who have preceded me, I am going to support the Minister. I am not going into the question of whether the counties are wise or foolish virgins or indeed whether they are virgins at all. If there is to be a parable in this case, the proper one, I think, is the parable of the vineyard, because here it appears that the man who got the pay has been working all day as well as...

Orders of the Day — FIRST ScHEavia — (Roads which become trunk roads by virtue of this Act.) (30 Tach 1936)

Captain Sir Herbert Latham: The hon. Member for Thirsk and Malton (Mr. Turton) has made a very good case for the whole of the road Leeds-York-Malton-Scarborough, but I would like the House for a few minutes to consider the position of Scarborough in this matter. The greatest industry of Scarborough is that of a great holiday resort, and it is therefore essential to the people of Scarborough that the means of transport...

Orders of the Day — FIRST ScHEavia — (Roads which become trunk roads by virtue of this Act.) (30 Tach 1936)

Captain Sir Herbert Latham: I think the figures which the Minister has given as to the distance from Scarborough to Middlesbrough are extremely misleading. The distance is nearer double that.

Orders of the Day — FIRST ScHEavia — (Roads which become trunk roads by virtue of this Act.) (30 Tach 1936)

Captain Sir Herbert Latham: I assure the right hon. Gentleman they are not. I live there and I know.

Orders of the Day — FIRST ScHEavia — (Roads which become trunk roads by virtue of this Act.) (30 Tach 1936)

Captain Sir Herbert Latham: In the North of England.

Orders of the Day — Trunk Roads Bill. (19 Tach 1936)

Captain Sir Herbert Latham: Does not Yorkshire need defending, and were not Scarborough and Whitby shelled during the last War?

Orders of the Day — Trunk Roads Bill. (19 Tach 1936)

Captain Sir Herbert Latham: There was not a main road by which to get out of it.


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